When it comes to the various weather icons on your iPhone, you’d be forgiven for finding their meanings a little foggy.
With 25 tiny pictures of everything from Sunset to Tornado, the weather app is pretty comprehensive.
But what do some of those pictures, with their lines and arrows, actually mean? Let’s find out…
Whether you’re locked in a bone-chilling cold snap or sunning yourself on Miami Beach, the weather app aims to keep you updated on temperatures and weather phenomena.
Checking your iPhone can provide handy info, particularly considering how changeable UK weather is.
But no handy chart of what the symbols all mean is provided on the app. So what do they actually mean?
Well, Apple have answered the call of confused weather-watchers. The chart below should help you identify which icons refer to which types of weather.
As you can see, the fog symbol is non-traditional in that it involves a cloud, rather than just a series of thick lines.
Haze, which is not a weather we get much in the UK, looks like a sun going down into the sea.
And there’s a subtle difference between scattered and heavy snow.
Now all you need to do is wrap up warm/ pack sun cream/ find the umbrella that isn’t broken and head outdoors!